Rehabilitation of Parkinson’s disease
Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative disease that affects the Central Nervous System (CNS) and that mainly affects the basal ganglia, a brain structure whose functions are related to movement control.
Although the initial symptoms, or more obvious, are the physical ones, depression is the most frequent psychological disorder.
Even so we could highlight the following Parkinson’s symptoms (both physical and psychological):
- Postural instability.
- Slow movements.
- Behavior modification.
- Difficulty in cognitive performance.
- Lack of perception of smells and flavors.
- Sleep disorder.
How does Neural help a patient with Parkinson’s?
The plurality of symptoms makes the patient need to be treated in different specialties, so it is important that the treatment is done in coordination with the specialists involved.
In Neural, this communication between specialists is carried out by the rehabilitation doctor.
Our specialized team will be available to the patient both in physical rehabilitation and in the help needed to recover emotionally and better cope with the disease.
With you from the beginning.